CLARK — Students in Megan Knoth’s Holocaust and Genocide class at the Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark use the book “I Have Lived a Thousand Years, Growing Up in the Holocaust,” written by Livia Bitton-Jackson to examine traumatic events that Holocaust victims endured during World War II.
Students prepared a presentation on certain chapters of the book. The project required each student to read a portion of “I Have Lived a Thousand Years” and retell the portion to the class in their own words; exemplifying the significance of the chapter regarding the learning of the Holocaust.
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